This week's 10 favourite things

ASOS White copy Well, this should keep you warm. ASOS WHITE’s Button Through Jumpsuit in steely nylon wool mix offers a clean-lined all-in-one with a sharp collar, subtle breast pocket, insouciant side pockets and a casual loose fit. It’s the ultimate onesie for outside.

Aenea copy

Small buildings are the closest thing I have to a visual obsession so you can see what this Paris ring, handcrafted in yellow gold, sterling silver and rhodium, by Austrian jewellery label Aeneas did for me.

The nude patent body, the disc buckle, the gold perspex heels embellished with discs, even the way the shoe sits slightly low, so you get a bit of ‘toe cleavage’: Nicholas Kirkwood can do no wrong and these Carnaby patent-leather Mary Jane pumps prove it.


Alexa Chung for AG

I bow to the spiky intelligence that is Alexa Chung and her Alexa Chung for AG collections only serves to confirm my adulation. Consistently fun and sexy, the latest is inspired by an imaginary girl gang road-tripping across the desert and features this must-have grey-melange long-sleeve T-shirt.

Carnaby patent-leather Mary Jane pumps prove it, £825.

Make a nod to mod this season with this M&S Collection animal print skirt suit. Channel the sixties aesthetic with a staple polo neck and patent flats to make a graphic style statement this Autumn.


Finery London continues to win hearts and minds with sophisticated designs at high street prices. Take these punk luxe Cynthia crystal drop earrings, molten gold-tones and steely silver with crystal tipped pins.

RayBan copy

For autumn/winter, Ray-Ban restyles its Clubmaster shades with wooden frames. It’s the first time the iconic style has been so comprehensively tweaked since the 1940s, creating something both natural and completely contemporary in the mix.

Etre Cecile copy

It was music to fashion’s ears: earlier this year, luxury accessories brand Aspinal of London teamed up with favourite label Être Cécile to create bombastic twists on the classics. This glorious Mini Trunk Clutch - with electric orange lining and ‘1990’ stamped on the side - is one of the more subtle examples.

Wool and the Gang copy

Oh, I love this. Brit knitwear company Wool and the Gang and Parisian jewellery designer Aurélie Bidermann mixed skills to create soft wool statement pieces with metallic highlights, here in the shape of tiny skulls around the necklace.

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou’s ruffled polyvinylchloride pink necklace is typically playful. On the catwalk, it appeared on top of a lovely LBD but it’s cold so lace it around the neckline of a round-necked sweater for cosmic prettiness.